Effect of Maternal Prepregnancy/Early‐Pregnancy Body Mass Index and Pregnancy Smoking and Alcohol on Congenital Heart Diseases: A Parental Negative Control Study

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References: Taylor K, Elhakeem A, Thorbjørnsrud Nader JL, et al. Effect of Maternal Prepregnancy/Early-Pregnancy Body Mass Index and Pregnancy Smoking and Alcohol on Congenital Heart Diseases: A Parental Negative Control Study. J Am Heart Assoc. 2021;10(11):e020051. doi:10.1161/JAHA.120.020051

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Kurt Taylor, Ahmed Elhakeem, Johanna Lucia Thorbjørnsrud Nader, Tiffany C. Yang, Elena Isaevska, Lorenzo Richiardi, Tanja Vrijkotte, Angela Pinot de Moira, Deirdre M. Murray, Daragh Finn, Dan Mason, John Wright, Sam Oddie, Nel Roeleveld, Jennifer R. Harris, Anne‐Marie Nybo Andersen, Massimo Caputo, and Deborah A. Lawlor

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